Selection, Design, Fabrication, and Installation truly make ZOLA a one-stop shopping solution for all your countertop needs!

There’s nothing we love more than seeing our client’s reaction to the final product. It’s truly the essence of why we do this. We love seeing people enjoy their space. From a young age, we’ve had true joy in creating custom, high quality, and authentic materials by hand. We believe in working on your home as if it was our own.

Our Proccess is Simple & Easy

ZOLA is a family-owned business with experience working in both the residential and commercial countertop industry. We are committed to providing the highest quality fabrication, installation, and customer experience for each and every project. We design, manufacture, and install custom countertops using a huge selection of natural and engineered stones and woods.


Take the design questionnaire.

Simply give us a call, stop by the shop, or email us to schedule a meeting to discuss your project, and we will schedule a free design consultation.


In-home or virtual design consultation.

We meet for an on-site project discussion and answer questions, discuss options, and get accurate measurements to ensure the perfect end result.


Choose finishes with help from experts.

Find the perfect materials that not only reflect your style but that are also in line with how you use
your kitchen as well as
your budget.


Lock in a start date for your project.

Our skilled craftsmen fabricate and install the finished product. We are committed to making sure you love your experience and your new space.

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Huge Variety of Materials

Natural Stone

Natural stone countertops are popular in kitchens for a reason. Granite countertops are often cited as the most durable material of the natural stone materials available and are known for resisting cracks and chips. Marble countertops, on the other hand, are very pretty, but delicate. All granite, marble, quartzite, slate, onyx – you name it, stone choices are a purely natural stone that comes directly from stone quarries, and then are cut into thin slabs, (polished, honed, brushed, leathered) and fabricated into countertops. The one advantage that natural stone has over an engineered stone is that every slab is slightly different. Natural stone, by nature, will have variations in color, mineral deposits, texture, veining, and directional trends from one slab to another. These characteristics add to the beauty of the stone and will make your tops unique from any other. The color and design are real. It’s a natural material with a great variety, depending on which species you select and how it’s cut. It creates a really lovely natural pattern, which you don’t get with a lot of artificial materials.

Quartz Stone

Quartz offers elegant beauty and supreme performance. It is an ideal choice for homeowners looking for a maintenance-free surface with stunning aesthetics. Quartz surfacing material is approximately 93% pure quartz crystals and seven percent pigments and resins. which gives the product depth and radiance without the imperfections of natural stone. Quartz is also one of the strongest minerals making quartz surfacing extremely durable and scratch-resistant.

We offer a refined selection of quartz counters, patterns, and colors to satisfy an array of tastes and budgets. Custom-fit to your exact specifications and virtually maintenance-free, quartz is perfect for your home.

Porcelain / Ultra Compact Surfaces

Ultra-compact is a new type of countertop surface manufactured by putting the raw materials found in glass, porcelain, and quartz, under extremely high heat and pressure to create a nearly indestructible material that can be used for countertops, floors, sinks, and even interior and exterior wall cladding.

Water, heat-proof and resistant to scratching, staining, wear and aggressive chemicals, porcelain slabs are the perfect material for your kitchen and vanity countertop, and tub/shower surround.​​

The perfect choice for homeowners, designers, and architects, Porcelain Countertops offers endless possibilities for indoor and outdoor applications, ranging from kitchen and bathroom countertops to outside BBQ islands. Low thickness, lightweight and strength make porcelain perfect for just about any surface, including those in boats and RVs.

Solid Surface

Solid surface countertops serve up seamless, non-porous and hygienic performance ideal for retail, healthcare and foodservice interiors. As a renewable and repairable surface, you can relish in the ease of day-to-day maintenance and long-lasting durability. Blending natural elements with creative flair and current colors are one-of-a-kind looks available on the market today.

Manufactured under names like Corian, Wilsonart, Hanex, and Staron, solid surface countertops are tough hard-working surfaces. They’re available in dozens of colors and patterns that mimic the look of stone. Solid surface countertops also eliminate much of the hassle of upkeep. They’re easy to repair, resist stains and scratches, and require little to no maintenance.

A major appeal of a solid surface is its seamless nature. Solid surface sinks can be joined to the countertop surface with no gaps, which eliminates areas for water to collect and bacteria to grow. Integral backsplashes can also be created that follow the contours of the wall seamlessly and without gaps.

Other Surfaces

There are truly dozens of options when it comes to countertops. We always recommend visiting our showroom, but you can also view some of the other products we offer here:

The Buying Process, Tips

& Expectations

When Purchasing Stone

Obtaining measurements for estimating

We are more than happy to come to the project site and measure the existing space at no charge or commitment. In the instance where projects are receiving a new kitchen layout with new cabinets, a drawing is made by the cabinet designer. We can estimate from that document. The third option is making a simple drawing yourself and emailing or faxing it to us. It does not need to be exact as a template would be performed should we move forward in the buying process. Please call us for guidance. We are here for you!

Selecting your slabs

We invite you to visit our showroom to see our granite, quartz, marble, or other stone slab inventory. We have over 30 colors in stock in many popular colors from the basic colors to exotics. The advantage of using our stock is that you will only pay for what you require for your project. If your kitchen is 50 square feet, you will only pay for 50 square feet of material. Typically, you would have to purchase in full slab increments, essentially paying for the waste in the fabrication of your kitchen. In the instance you do not find the exact color you are looking for in our inventory, we can visit any or all of the slab yards in the area to see hundreds of colors from all over the world. It is helpful to bring a cabinet door or sample to pair with the granite.

Selecting your sink

We offer a free sink with your countertop purchase. The kitchen sinks are high-quality stainless-steel in different varieties and the vanity sinks come in oval or rectangle. We also offer composite sinks for you to purchase. The Stainless Steel stock sinks have been sprayed with sound deadening material and have pads attached to keep your sink from ringing like the liberty bell if you drop a utensil in it. You are more than welcome to purchase your sink from another supplier. Remember, the outside dimensions of your sink need to be less than the inside dimensions of your sink cabinet. You cannot put a 36” sink into a 33” cabinet. I know it sounds obvious, but many people want larger sinks than their cabinet can accommodate. We can help you find the best sink for your needs.

Selecting the edge profile

There are many edges to choose from and each has its pros and cons. It is mainly aesthetic, but in some instances, one edge detail may function better than others. We can help you select the right edge when you visit our showroom.


There are many edges to choose from and each has its pros and cons. It is mainly aesthetic, but in some instances, one edge detail may function better than others. We can help you select the right edge when you visit our showroom.

Signing the contract and making a deposit payment

When you have decided that you like the price for the selections you have made, we will ask you to sign the estimate/terms & conditions along with a 50% deposit payment.


The template/measure is where a ZOLA representative comes to your home to perform the final measurements in the form of a physical pattern (template) made from polyethylene board (sometimes this step and the 1st step are one in the same). You will be present to discuss any and all details of the shape of your countertops. The person who performs the template will walk you through the process and ask for your input if a decision has to be made, for example, the size of an outside radius or depth of an overhang. The template typically takes 1-2 hours depending on the size and complexity of the project.

The Layout

This step is not necessary for some granite where the pattern is consistent. Once the templates are brought back to our shop, you can make an appointment to come position the templates on the full slabs of material to ensure you get exactly what you want. We will help guide you on the “best way” to do it, but it is ultimately your decision. Maybe you want a certain part of the slab used for the island, or you do not particularly like one spot, etc.

Installation and Final Payment

We guarantee 7-10 days from template to installation, sometimes it may be sooner! We will work with you to achieve your desired schedule as long as it does not compromise the quality controls we have in place. Stone fabrication is not something that can be rushed, as mistakes are very costly and oftentimes irreplaceable in the instance of rare and exotic materials. The typical installation takes from 2-6 hours depending on the size and complexity of the project. Once completed the installer will walk you through the install and make sure you are satisfied with the installation. The final 50% will be due at this time. You may pay by check, through QuickBooks, or by credit card over the phone If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with the installation, please tell your installer, or call the ZOLA office. We work for you and want you to be happy with your finished product. If something is not right, we will fix it.

Things to Know Before Install


Please turn off your air conditioning/heating unit.


Empty all kitchen cabinets.


Try to seal off the room we will be working in as much as possible.


Keep doors to all other rooms closed.

The installation process will require the use of epoxies, silicones, and sealers. We recommend that individuals who are sensitive to these types of fumes not be present during the completion of any work. Additionally, we recommend opening doors and windows for ventilation.

We hope the above suggestions will be beneficial to you. We make every effort to complete the installation in one trip. If we do encounter problems, be assured that we will return and rectify the problem as quickly as possible!

Countertops are a great investment for your home! We are here to answer any questions you may have so please feel free to contact us.

Details to Take Care Of Prior To On-Site Measuring


All cabinet work, which can affect dimensions, must be complete and all cutout information must be present on the job site or in our possession before we can template.


All cabinets must be installed, level and secured.


The layout has been determined for the faucet, sprayer, soap dispenser, instant hot water, etc.


Any receptacles that need to be cut into the stone must be installed.


If a cast iron under mount sink is used, it must be built into the cabinet by cabinetmaker or carpenter before measuring can be done.

Removing Your Stone Tile or Laminate Countertops

Every precaution will be taken to limit the mess. There may be drywall and cabinetry damage. Unfortunately, most demolition will create some dust and dirt.

In some cases, sink and cooktop cutouts and minor adjustments are completed after the countertops are installed, requiring our installation team to cut, grind, or polish the product in your home. This will create a considerable amount of dust. We try to minimize this as much as possible by using a vacuum as we cut. We are sorry for any inconvenience that this may cause, and the following are a few suggestions to minimize the spreading of dust.